Duncan Scott will try to work his magic alongside University of Stirling teammates and stop another Loughborough BUCS long course team title.
James Guy & Edward Mildred from the 2018 Swim England Winter Championships.
James Guy became the fastest Brit since 2009 in the 200m fly, while Anna Hopkin notched a 50 free textile British Record of her own. Teenager Kayla Sanchez also threw down a massive swim in the 100 IM.
While competing on day 2 of the 2018 Swim England National Winter Championships, 19-year-old Imogen Clark lowered her own British National Record in the women’s SCM 50 breaststroke.
With just 3 British stars in Ben Proud, Georgia Davies and Mark Szaranek competing in Hangzhou at the FINA Short Course World Championships, most of the English contingency is available to race at the Swim England Winter Championships this weekend. That includes powerhouse athletes such as James Guy, Sarah Vasey, Molly Renshaw and James Wilby.
Loughborough University won the overall team title, as well as the women’s trophy at this year’s BUCS Short Course Championships, but it was the University of Stirling who sneaked up and took the men’s championship.
James Wilby (right) clocked two meet records in helping his Loughborough team take the title at the 2018 BUCS Short Course Championships.
The inaugural Duel in the Pool between Loughborough University and University of Toronto is slated for this Saturday, November 3rd. The idea came from witnessing the thrill of the NCAA duel meet.
Ben Proud will aim to lower his textile WR of 21.11 in the men’s 50 free final in Glasgow.
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Sarah Sjostrom will look for her third gold medal of the meet on day 6 in Glasgow.
Mykhailo Romanchuk knocked nearly three seconds off his Ukrainian Record to win gold in the men’s 800 freestyle.
Evgeny Rylov’s gold tonight in Glasgow helped the nation of Russia maintain its lead in the medal table.
Yuliya Efimova established a new European Championship meet record of 29.66 in the women’s 50 breaststroke semi-finals.
Russian Yuliya Efimova may prove too elusive to catch in all 3 breaststroke events in Glasgow.